ABF Tour 2017

Fifth for Hong Kong, first for Malaysian
16th April, Bangkok: Michael Mak of Hong Kong captured his fifth tour title with victory in the Men's final of the ABF Tour Thailand 2017 while Sin Li Jane of Malaysia claimed her first-ever tour title in the women's division at Blu-O Rhythm & Bowl Ratchayothin.

Malaysia, Singapore wins last leg
24th October, Jakarta: Esther Cheah of Malaysia and Remy Ong of Singapore captured the Women's and Men's titles of final leg of 2016 ABF Tour to secure their places in the Tournament of Champions at Jaya Ancol Bowling Centre on Monday.

China celebrates sweet double
13th October, Shanghai: Tour debutants, Yang Liyan and Mi Zhongli celebrated a sweet double for China after emerging as Women's and Men's champions of the inaugural 2016 ABF Tour China leg at Hao's Bowling Centre on Thursday.

First back-to-back tour title
18th July, Hong Kong: Michael Mak of Hong Kong won his second consecutive tour title with victory in the ABF Tour Hong Kong 2016 while debutant, Han Kyeo Rae became the second Korean to win the women's crown in Hong Kong.

First double titles for Hong Kong
10th July, Kaohsiung: Newly-crowned Chinese Taipei Open champion, Michael Mak gave Hong Kong its first double titles after winning the Men's crown of the ABF Tour Chinese Taipei 2016 while debutant, Hsu Chun-Yi won the women's title.

Maiden victory for Japan and Korea
27th June, Macau: Daisuke Yoshida of Japan averaged 267 over four matches to capture his first Men's tour title while debutant, Lee Young Seung of Korea won the women's crown.

  43rd MWA-Singha Thailand International Open

Malaysian, Singaporean crowned champions
15th April, Bangkok: Two-handed Malaysian, Zulmazran Zulkifli and PWBA Rookie of the Year, New Hui Fen were crowned the 43rd MWA-Singha Thailand International Open Bowling Championships Men's and Women's Open Masters champions on Saturday evening.

Malaysians dominate Round 2
15th April, Bangkok: 2016 Asian Championships Masters gold medallist, Rafiq Ismail and Siti Safiyah dominated the Men's and Women's Open Round 2 Masters finals of the 43rd MWA-Singha Thailand International Open Bowling Championships in the lead.

Singaporean, Korean seals top spots
14th April, Bangkok: Squad C winner, Muhd Jaris Goh of Singapore sealed top spot in the Men's Open Masters qualifying round of the 43rd MWA-Singha Thailand International Open Bowling Championships while Jang Haeun of Korea took the Women's Open pole at the end of the third block.

Singapore, Indonesia leads after second block
13th April, Bangkok: Muhd Jaris Goh of Singapore extended his lead in the Men's Open standings after the second block of qualifying round at the 43rd MWA-Singha Thailand International Open Bowling Championships as Sharon Limansantoso of Indonesia took over the lead of the Women's division.

Singaporeans take over lead
12th April, Bangkok: Squad C winners, Muhd Jaris Goh and New Hui Fen took over the overall lead in the Men's and Women's Open qualifying at the end of the first block of the 43rd MWA-Singha Thailand International Open Bowling Championships late Wednesday.

Indonesia, Malaysia takes Squad D
12th April, Bangkok: Two-time ABF Tour winner, Yeri Ramadona of Indonesia took top spot in Squad D after the first block of the Men's Open qualifying round at the 43rd MWA-Singha Thailand International Open Bowling Championships while Malaysian women dominated the women's division.

Taiwanese, Thai tops Squad B
12th April, Bangkok: Yang Nien-Hua of Chinese Taipei topped Squad B of the Men's first block qualifying round to move into second overall of the 43rd MWA-Singha Thailand International Open Bowling Championships while Tanaprang Sathean of Thailand led the Women's division to go top of the local pool.

Koreans take early lead
12th April, Bangkok: Jang Haeun and Lee Won Seok of Korea took an early lead in Squad A of the opening block during Women's and Men's Open Masters qualifying rounds of the 43rd MWA-Singha Thailand International Open Bowling Championships.

Another dominating display by Korea
11th April, Bangkok: Korean National Sports University students put up another dominating display by occupying the top three positions of both the Men's and Ladies' Grade A Masters finals at the 43rd MWA-Singha Thailand International Open on Tuesday evening.

Koreans dominate Grade B Masters
11th April, Bangkok: Lee Ho-Hyeon and Han Jae-Hyeon of Korea dominated the Men's Graded B Masters finals of the 43rd MWA-Singha Thailand International Open Bowling Championships with a one-two finish at Blu-O Rhythm & Bowl Ratchayothin.

Convincing victory for Thai
9th April, Bangkok: Kunakorn Ponganakkul of Thailand took a convincing victory in the Youth Open Masters finals of the 43rd MWA-Singha Thailand International Open Bowling Championships ahead of Singapore's Joyan Khoo and Thailand's Nathida Sertluecha in second and third.

Thai wins Youth Under-18 title
9th April, Bangkok: Teerachata Ratchatahiranyakan of Thailand won the Youth Under-18 Masters title of the 43rd MWA-Singha Thailand International Open with Joyan Khoo of Singapore in second and a second Thai, Supakrit Wantasuk in third.

Macau youth retains Under-15 title
9th April, Bangkok: Macau youth, Wong Soon Ian retained the Youth Under-15 Masters title after leading from start to finish in the six-games finals of the 43rd MWA-Singha Thailand International Open Bowling Championships at Blu-O Rhythm & Bowl Ratchayothin.

  PBA-WBT 16th Qatar Bowling Open

Big payday for Latvian
16th December, Doha: 2013 USBC Queens winner, Diana Zavjalova of Latvia overcame an 18-pin deficit to win the PBA-WBT 16th Qatar Bowling Open 2016 by beating Pontus Andersson of Sweden, 474-427 in the two-games total pinfalls championship match.

Women shines in Step 1 final
16th December, Doha: Six out of eight women made the cut for the next stage of the PBA-WBT 16th Qatar Bowling Open 2016 with H.H. Emir Cup champion, Danielle McEwan of United States winning Step 1 final ahead of Sweden's Martin Larsen and Malaysia's Sin Li Jane in second and third.

Aussie makes top bracket
15th December, Doha: Three-time USBC Masters winner, Jason Belmonte made amends from his previous attempt to win the opening Squad 15 with 1511 and moved into the top bracket of the PBA-WBT 16th Qatar Bowling Open 2016 overall standings in second.

Finn cracks 1500-mark
14th December, Doha: 2015 Bowling World Open champion, Osku Palermaa of Finland became the first qualifier to surpass the 1500-mark on Day 5 of qualifying rounds to go top of the leaderboard at the PBA-WBT 16th Qatar Bowling Open 2016.

Canadian makes top bracket
13th December, Doha: Three-time Canadian national champion, David Simard rolled Day 4 high-series of 1435 in Squad 9 to make the top bracket of the PBA-WBT 16th Qatar Bowling Open overall qualifying standings in eighth position.

Costa Rican goes top of leaderboard
12th December, Doha: 2010 PABCON Youth Championships Masters finalist, Rodolfo Madriz of Costa Rica moved into the top of the leaderboard of the PBA-WBT 16th Qatar Bowling Open after winning the Day 3 high-series award with 1485.

American takes over pole position
11th December, Doha: 2016 PABCON Championships triple gold medallist, John Janawicz of United States took over pole position of the qualifying standings of the PBA-WBT 16th Qatar Bowling Open on the last squad of the day to win the daily high-series award of US$300.

German sets early pace
10th December, Doha: Oliver Morig of Germany set the early pace on the opening day of qualifying at the PBA-WBT 16th Qatar Bowling Open underway at Qatar Bowling Centre on Saturday and picked the daily high-series award of US$300 with 1434 pinfalls.

  World Singles Championships 2016

Gold for Denmark and USA
9th December, Doha: Jesper Agerbo of Denmark and defending champion, Kelly Kulick of United States concluded the World Singles Championships 2016 with victory in the finals to claim the gold medal and US$8,000 and US$6,000 bonus respectively.

The last eight women through
8th December, Doha: The women's field was cut to the last eight, three each from American and European zone and two from the Asian zone, to advance to the next step of the World Singles Championships 2016 afterthey finished the top two from each of the four groups in Step 2 finals.

Eight men make next step
8th December, Doha: Three men each from Asia and Europe and two from America made the cut for Step 3 finals of the World Singles Championships after they finished top two from each of the four groups in the Step 2 finals contested on Thursday.

German wins qualifying round
7th December, Doha: First two blocks leader, Birgit Poppler of Germany ended the third block to win the Women's qualifying rounds of the World Singles Championships 2016 ahead of two Colombians, Clara Juliana Guerrero and Rocio Respreto in second and third.

American ends qualifying in pole
7th December, Doha: Leader of the opening squad on Day 1, Christopher Via of United States ended the third block of qualifying rounds at the World Singles Championships 2016 in pole position ahead of Sweden's Peter Hellstrom by three pins.

German remains in the lead
6th December, Doha: Block 1 daily high-series award winner and leader, Birgit Poppler of Germany remained unchallenged extending her lead in the Women's qualifying round of the World Singles Championships 2016 after the second block.

Swedes rule second block
6th December, Doha: Swedish pair of Peter Hellstrom and Martin Paulsson ruled the second block of the Men's qualifying rounds at the World Singles Championships 2016 on Tuesday with a one-two finish.

American takes over lead
5th December, Doha: 2015 PABCON Championships triple gold medallist, John Janawicz of United States took over the lead of the Men's Squad 1 after completing the second block qualifying rounds of the World Singles Championships 2016 while Mats Maggi of Belgium won the second Daily High-series award.

German women finishes one-two
5th December, Doha: 2016 European Championships Trios gold medallist, Birgit Poppler led a Germany one-two finish in the Women's first block qualifying rounds of the World Singles Championships 2016 ahead of Laura Beuthner in second.

Slovakian takes surprise lead
4th December, Doha: European Youth Championships silver medallist, Tomas Vrabed of Slovakia surprised a strong field to take top spot of the Men's first block qualifying rounds at the World Singles Championships 2016 en-route to winning the high-series award.

American tops opening squad
4th December, Doha: 2012 World Youth Team gold medallist, Christopher Via of United States topped the opening squad of the Men's first block qualifying rounds at the World Singles Championships 2016 underway at Qatar Bowling Centre.

Fifty countries vying for glory
2nd December, Doha: Eighty-one men, fifty-three women and fifty-five officials from fifty member countries of World Bowling will be vying for glory when the 2nd World Singles Championships 2016 gets underway at Qatar Bowling Centre on Sunday.

  30th Asian Intercity Bowling Championships

Daegu, Paranaque bags Masters gold
30th October, Jakarta: Shin Soon Chul bagged a third gold medal for Daegu with victory in the Men's Masters final at the 30th Asian Intercity Bowling Championships while Paranaque's Lara Posadas retained the Women's Masters crown.

Team gold to Paranaque, Daegu
29th October, Jakarta: Paranaque won their first gold medal of the 30th Asian Intercity Bowling Championships with victory in the Women's Team event while Daegu captured their second gold medal in the men's division.

Singapore wins second gold
28th October, Jakarta: Joy Yap and Tay Hui Wen won Singapore's second gold medal at the 30th Asian Intercity Bowling Championships with victory in the Women's Doubles while Park Min Su and Shin Soon Chul captured Daegu's first gold in the Men's division.

Hong Kong, Singapore wins gold
27th October, Jakarta: Hong Kong's Jimmy Chueng captured the Men's Singles gold medal at the 30th Asian Intercity Bowling Championships while Singapore's Amanda Lee and Joy Yap finished one-two to take the gold and silver in the women's division.

Asian Intercity Championships opens
26th October, Jakarta: The 30th Asian Intercity Bowling Championships, hosted by the city of Jakarta for the third time, was officially declared by Mr Suryo Bambang Sulisto, President of the Indonesian Bowling Federation on Wednesday.

  14th Indonesia International Open

Malaysia sweeps Masters titles
23rd October, Jakarta: Ahmad Muaz of Malaysia captured the Men's Open Masters title and Siti Safiyah Amirah led a clean sweep of the Women's Open Masters titles at the 14th Indonesia International Open on Sunday.

Malaysia, USA dominates Stage 1
22nd October, Jakarta: Malaysian women and American PBA pros dominated the Women's and Men's Open Stage 1 Masters finals of the 14th Indonesia International Open at Jaya Ancol Bowling Centre on Saturday.

Singaporean, Malaysian takes pole
21st October, Jakarta: 2008 AMF World Cup champion, Jasmine Yeong-Nathan of Singapore and 2015 SEA Games Team gold medallist, Ahmad Muaz of Malaysia took over pole positions in the Women's and Men's qualifying standings of the 14th Indonesia International Open.

Thai takes over lead
20th October, Jakarta: 2016 Thailand Open champion, KIm Bolleby of Thailand took over the lead of the Men's Open Masters qualifying standings at the 14th Indonesia International Open while Amercian PBA pro, Shannon Pluhowsky led the women's division.

Singapore, Malaysia shares glory
20th October, Jakarta: Singapore's Jenae Wee and Amabel Chua finished one-two in the Youth Girls Masters final of the 14th Indonesia International Open while Malaysia's Christopher Tiong triumphed in the Boy's division at Jaya Ancol Bowling Centre.

Japanese, Filipina sets pace
18th October, Jakarta: 2016 Asian Championships Team gold medallist, Tomoyuki Sasaki of Japan and Krizziah Tabora of Philippines set the qualifying pace to lead the Men's and Women's Open Masters standings at the 14th Indonesia International Open.

  China International Open 2016

Deserving victory for top seeds
12th October, Shanghai: Top seeds, Shayna Ng of Singapore and Sam Cooley of Australia took victory in the Women's and Men's Open Masters title matches of the China International Open 2016 to emerge as champions.

Spinners shine in Round 1
11th October, Shanghai: Spinners Zhou Chaoxuan of China and Tsai Chih-Yuan of Chinese Taipei finished one-two in the Men's Round 1 final of the China International Open 2016 ahead of left-hander, Qi Wankang of China in third.

Singapore dominates qualifying
11th October, Shanghai: Singapore national bowlers dominated the Women's Open Masters qualifying rounds of the China International Open 2016 by occupying the top three spots while Asian champion, Michael Mak of Hong Kong topped the men's division.

Asian champ makes top bracket
10th October, Shanghai: 2016 Asian Championships triple gold medallist, Michael Mak of Hong Kong made the top bracket of the Men's Open Masters qualifying leaderboard of the China International Open 2016 after taking up second position in the overseas pool.

Singaporean leads first block
9th October, Shanghai: Ex-international, Remy Ong of Singapore averaged 229.20 in the first block of five games qualifying round to lead Men's Open standings of the China International Open 2016 while Tannya Roumimper of Indonesia topped the women's division.

Chinese verteran wins Senior Masters
3rd October, Shanghai: Chinese national veteran, Mi Zhongli won the Senior Masters title of the China International Open 2016 underway at Hao's Bowling Centre defeating challenger, Song Jingwen, 217-190 in the stepladder final.

  Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships

Second seeds captures Masters gold
28th September, Hong Kong: Both second seeds, Rafiq Ismail of Malaysia and Jung Da Wun of Korea defeated top seeds to capture the Men's and Women's Masters gold medals at the concluding Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships on Wednesday.

Field wide open after first block
27th September, Hong Kong: The field is wide open after the Masters finals of the Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships were completed with Shogo Wada of Japan leading Men's field by two pins and Baek Seung Ja of Korea in the Women's division by 13 pins.

Third consecutive team gold for Korea
26th September, Hong Kong: Korea won their third consecutive gold medal in the Women's 5-player Team event at the Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships as Singles gold and silver medallists, Jung Da Wun and Baek Seung Ja picked up their second gold and silver medals from the All Events.

Japan takes convincing team victory
26th September, Hong Kong: Japan took a convincing victory in the Men's 5-player Team event to win their second gold medal at the Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships while two gold medallist, Michael Mak captured Hong Kong's third gold from the Men's All Events.

Japan snatches first block lead
25th September, Hong Kong: After drawing blanks in the first three events, Japanese men finally turned in a promising display by leading of the Men's 5-player Team first block at the Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships on Sunday.

Slender lead for Korean women
25th September, Hong Kong: Reigning champion, Korea topped the first block of the Women's 5-player Team event at the Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships on Sunday, just 35 pins ahead of Malaysia in second and Singapore third.

Hong Kong, Japan seals Trios gold
24th September, Hong Kong: Hong Kong and Japan sealed the Men's and Women's Trios gold medals at the Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships as they remained unbeaten after Squad 1 completed their second block of three games.

Hong Kong poised for another gold
24th September, Hong Kong: Hong Kong is poised to win their second gold medal at the Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships after a scintillating performance in the second block of the Trios event to take up pole position.

Korea, Philippines lead first block
23rd September, Hong Kong: Korea's second trio took over the lead of the Men's Trios first block of three game at the Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships while Philippines topped the women's division.

  2016 PBA-WBT World Bowling Tour Thailand

Swede wins fifth PBA title
12th August, Bangkok: Top-seed, Jesper Svensson of Sweden needed only one game to defeat challenger, Same Cooley of Australia, 237-213 in the TV final of the 2016 PBA-World Bowling Tour Thailand to win his fifth PBA tour title.

Round 3 victory for Malaysian
11th August, Bangkok: Round 2 winner, Francis Tan of Malaysia surprised a star-studded field to win Round 3 finals of the 2016 PBA-World Bowling Tour Thailand and lead Phumin Klanbida of Thailand and Jesper Svensson of Sweden in second and third.

Malaysian wins Round 2
11th August, Bangkok: 2015 Euro-Med Storm Masters Challenge winner, Francis Tan of Malaysia surprised a strong field to win Round 2 finals of the 2016 PBA-World Bowling Tour Thailand and led nine other finalists into the next round.

American debutant moves into second
10th August, Bangkok: 2016 World Youth Championships triple gold medallist, Anthony Simonsen of USA moved into second in the 2016 PBA-World Bowling Tour Thailand qualifying standings alongside Dominc Barret of England.

American PBA pros take one-two
10th August, Bangkok: American PBA pros, Sean Rash and Marshall Kent took the first and second positions of the 2016 PBA-World Bowling Tour Thailand standings on the final day of qualiifying rounds at Blu-O Rhytmn & Bowl Paragon.

Two-handed bowlers make top bracket
9th August, Bangkok: Two-handed bowlers, Jason Belmonte of Orange, NSW, Australia and Jesper Svensson of Sweden made the top bracket of the qualifying standings at the PBA-World Bowling Tour Thailand 2016 at Blu-O Rhytmn & Bowl Paragon.

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